This tiny vintage cottage in Rhode Island is almost a perfect square housing one bedroom, a 3/4 bathroom and a pastel green kitchenette.
The home is decorated with shabby chic furniture in a blend of pastel florals and stripes that feel like something from Southern Home Living.
Enjoy the photo tour and book your stay on Airbnb.
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Vintage Cottage w/ Weathered Furniture and Funky Patio
There’s a lovely patio area outside the cottage.
The inside has a shabby-chic aesthetic.
Airy curtains and floral accents give it a feminine feel.
The pastel green cabinets go well with the cream walls.
There’s a nice wood accent wall behind the TV.
Table set for two!
Artwork and a chandelier set the scene.
There’s a sink, fridge and microwave.
An iron bed sits in front of another wooden accent wall.
There’s a nice vintage feel inside.
Love that wreath over the bed.
Sitting chair with a crocheted blanket.
A perfect shabby-chic dresser and mirror combo.
The bathroom has some floating shelves with towels.
This mint-colored iron mirror has so much flair. d
Here’s a bird’s eye view of the space.
What a fun and funky patio!
Relax in shabby chic style. We welcome you to our cozy and warmly decorated cottage with private outdoor patio. The decor inside is designed to make you feel comfortable and relaxed during your stay. Mimi’s Cottage offers a newly designed bedroom, full bath and a well-equipped kitchenette with a coffee bar to start your day. Enjoy the view of Narragansett Bay at the end the road or take a short drive or walk to Conimicut Point to see the majestic lighthouse.
It is a private cottage with a kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, coffee bar, and toaster. Dishes, flatware and glasses are also included.
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I’m usually not at all into the “shabby chic” aesthetic, but this is beautifully done. Almost minimalist in its own way.
Yes! It feels sparce but homey!
I routinely call shabby chic as grubby cheek. I don’t like it. End of story.
But each to their own. Be a boring old world if everything was the same.
Sweet, charming & cozy! Love the chandelier!!
Absolute perfection. My dream home.
Bookmark it for the future!
It’s absolutely lovely! I would enjoy staying in this one for sure, especially where it is located. The outside is as lovely as the inside. Great job!
Someone…..had a heck of a good time decorating this enchanting cottage. Very soothing to the spirit, and I mean every inch of both.
Yes! It is super soothing.
Darling. Cozy. Adorable.But, no way for food prep other than microwave on top of fridge. Maybe I’m missing it.
No, just the microwave and coffee maker… AirBNB type rentals don’t always go much beyond just providing a bed to sleep the night, some do serve meals as part of the service, but for this one it looks like you’re expected to take advantage of the numerous stores and restaurants within a few minutes driving distance.
That’s my impression of this one…just wanted to make sure I wasn’t missing something. For short stays, micro, refrig and coffee maker is all I need anyway.
The second Airbnb link goes to a totally different property.
It’s cute, maybe a little to much cream color. It looks kind of washed out. The only thing I really do not like about the place is the acoustic tiles in the ceiling though. They gotta go!
I think it’s beautiful!! I have a tiny cabin, and I like staying there occasionally, but I’m not sure I could do it full time. I love the size of a cottage (500-800 sqft). It’s little enough to still be small, yet big enough to feel roomy. It’s my dream to one day build a cottage on the property where my tiny cabin is. You are inspiring, thank you!
I love “Shabby Chic” but this one doesn’t quite hit it for me. I would have put some tin tiles on the ceiling and some vintage-y rugs on the floor, and the TV and outdoors area just doesn’t fit right. Something’s missing. Just my two cents.